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HINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS FEBRUARY 25, 2013 Revised Operating and Capital Budget Proposals for the School Committee’s Review, Consideration, and Possible.

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1 HINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS FEBRUARY 25, 2013 Revised Operating and Capital Budget Proposals for the School Committee’s Review, Consideration, and Possible Adoption

2 OriginalAdjusted Budget AdjustmentBudgetIncrease ACCOUNTACCOUNT TITLE Feb-13 (Decrease) 1100School Committee$45,850$46,850 $1, Administration$846,853$867,955 $21, Principals$1,760,477$1,965,454 $204, Teaching$18,645,917$19,751,827-$429,177$19,322,650$676, Professional Development$185,100$187,000 $1, Textbooks$237,137$264,066 $26, Instructional Equipment$11,500$22,700 $11, Instructional Technology$585,947$672,780 $86, Library$537,159$630,498-$32,171$598,327$61, Counseling$876,234$952,457 $76, Psychological Services$329,464$339,448 $9, Health Services$477,485$492,100 $14, Transportation$1,236,613$1,286,998 $50, Athletics$595,919$595,890-$1,833$594,057($1,862) 3520Other Student Activity$94,706$103,041 $8, Custodial$1,329,369$1,417,918 $88, Heating of Buildings$458,369$392,002$31,704$423,706($34,663) 4130Utilities$732,145$749,943-$25,610$724,333($7,812) 4210Maintenance of Grounds$13,478$27,108 $13, Plant Maintenance$718,640$751,126 $32, Repairs of Equipment$107,370$106,053 ($1,317) 5100Employee Retirement$75,792$29,231$34,285$63,516($12,276) 7000Non-Instructional Equipment00$0 Allowance for increases$21,671$215,736 $194,065 Total Regular Education$29,923,194$31,868,180-$422,802$31,445,378$1,522, %

3 OriginalAdjusted Budget AdjustmentBudgetIncrease ACCOUNTACCOUNT TITLE Feb-13 (Decrease) 2100BSped Supervision$238,244$242,314-$10,000$232,314($5,930) 2300BSped Instruction$5,457,819$5,692,823 $235, BSped Prof. Development$10,700$9,900 ($800) 2400BSped Textbooks$900 $0 2700BSped Counseling$388,316$403,720 $15, BSped Psychological Services$231,753$245,277 $13, BSped Transportation$627,287$569,553 ($57,734) 9100BSped Prog w/other Districts$3,543,599$3,400,388-$144,760$3,255,628($287,971) Total Special Education $10,498,618$10,564,875-$154,760$10,410,115($88,504)-0.84% 3300E Vocational Transportation$10,400 $0 9100E Vocational Tuition$135,108$127,892 ($7,216) Total Votech$145,508$138,292 ($7,216)-4.96% Total Proposed Budget$40,567,321$42,571,346-$577,562$41,993,784$1,426, %

4 Combined Budgets $42,568,038 ( % from FY ’13) Regular Education$31,864,872 ( % from FY ‘13) Special Education$10,564,875 ( % from FY ‘13) Vocational Education $138,292 ( % from FY ’13) FY 2014 ADMINISTRATION - PROPOSED BUDGET “AT A GLANCE ” Initial Request Dec Initial Request Dec. 2012

5 Combined Budgets $42,165,427 ( % from FY ’13) Regular Education $31,617,021 ( +5.66% from FY ‘13) Special Education$10,410,115 ( -.84% % from FY ‘13) Vocational Education $138,292 ( % from FY ’13) FY 2014 ADMINISTRATION - PROPOSED BUDGET “AT A GLANCE ” February 11 Revision ( - $59,289) February 11 Revision ( - $59,289)

6 Combined Budgets $41,993,784 ( % from FY ’13) Regular Education $31,445,378 ( +5.09% from FY ‘13) Special Education$10,410,115 ( -.84% % from FY ‘13) Vocational Education $138,292 ( % from FY ’13) FY 2014 ADMINISTRATION - PROPOSED BUDGET “AT A GLANCE ” February 25 Revision ( - $171,643) February 25 Revision ( - $171,643)

7 LEVEL SERVICES INITIATIVES INCLUDING ENROLLMENT RELATED REQUESTS Requests reflect both anticipated enrollment for September 2013 and underfunding of prior year needs as enrollments have grown. 1.0 K-5 teacher (anticipated growth) $51, gr teachers (core subjects and electives) $231,572 additional bus and driver (enrollment growth) $46,809 assistant X-country and sailing coaches (enrollment) $3, PRS special education (increased # of IEPs at PRS) $61,034

8 LEVEL SERVICES INITIATIVES (continued) Central office -.5 clerical support (increased mandates) $14,611 HS health aide increase in hrs. (+ 5hrs/wk) (increased health needs) $3, K-12 mathematics director (FT) (full funding of existing services) $61,849 HS Lang. Lab aide hours (+ 5 hrs/wk) (increased # of classes to be scheduled) $3,058 General equip., copier repl., maint. (increased funding for enroll. growth) $12,000 TOTAL LEVEL SERVICES NEW INITIATIVES $488,820

9 OTHER NEW NEEDS AND INITIATIVES 0.5 middle school librarian $30, MS technology specialist $56, elementary APS $190, custod./supervision, maintenance support $65,000 3 additional summer college helpers for mainten./custodial work $12, hrs./wk. for the high school postsecondary planning support center $15,290

10 OTHER NEW NEEDS AND INITIATIVES (CONTINUED) Transition room tutor (27.5/wk) $27,723 Title IX clerical support $3,000 Title IX dance team coaches $3,108 HS Global Citizenship Program leader/advisor stipends (prior HEF funding) $6,200 Freshman Advisory program teacher advisor stipends (prior volunteer) $7,585 General equip., copier, maintenance increased funding levels $15,000 TOTAL OTHER NEEDS AND NEW INITIATIVES $432,297

11 Combined Budgets $41,993,784 ( % from FY ’13) Total Level Services Budget (including LS new initiatives of $488,820) $41,561,487 ( % from FY ’13) Other New Needs and Initiatives $432,297 ( % from FY ’13) Total Proposed Operating Budget $41,993,784 FY 2014 ADMINISTRATION - PROPOSED BUDGET “AT ANOTHER GLANCE ” February 25th Revision ( - $171,643) February 25th Revision ( - $171,643)

12 FY 14 School Capital Request Initial Capital Outlay Request – School Needs – January 9, 2013$1,267,074 Redistributed and Reduced – School Committee Meeting – January 24 $790,334 Further Redistributed/Refined/Reduced –Long Range Planning Sub Committee – January 30 $660,734 Capital Outlay Follow-Up Meeting – February 6 $550,000 (Removed Energy Management System at HS and Gate House Renovations) February 25, 2013 – School Committee Discussion and Vote on Proposed Capital Budget – Town Hall proposal to reduce School Capital by an additional $50,000 (Items TBD) to $500,000 to balance town budget.


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